Guest Post @ Sarah’s Little Kitchen: Nutella Soufflé

I don’t think Sarah needs an introduction as most of you already know her. But for the sake of my new readers and friends, I will give a quick introduction about her. 🙂

Sarah is a sweet, funny, thoughtful, cheerful, bubbly little girl. See, you will not run out of words to describe her. She’s really an amazing person. She’s blogging from Sarah’s Little Kitchen and when you stop by at her blog, you will notice that she really loves anything sweet, Nutella, Speculoos and Biscof. 😀

She’s kind of busy these days that she needs some blogging buddies to help her run her blog despite of her ‘absence’. Being a sweet friend that I am (ehem!), I made something for her –

Nutella Souffle-TNSCCSoufflé is lightly baked cake made with egg yolks and egg whites beaten to stiff peaks, mixed with other ingredients. According to Wiki, Soufflé is the past participle of the French verb souffler which means “to blow up” or, more loosely, “puff up”. Soufflé can be savory or sweet, depending on how the person likes it. Soufflé should be puffed up when it comes out from the oven and deflates or fall after 5 or 10 minutes.

I wanted a Soufflé with a beautiful height, but I was unlucky as I did not get that. I completely forgot that there are amazing tips running around the web to get that perfect-looking Soufflé. But who really cares about perfect-looking Soufflé when you have a Soufflé that sank in the middle to catch a good scoop of vanilla ice cream? Besides, it’s always the taste that counts. 😉

Nutella Souffle-TNSCC2This is my first time to make a Soufflé and I loved it with Nutella. I am so delighted that Sarah loved it, too, and made it as her post for her birthday yesterday and for her blogiversary. Everybody, hop on to Sarah’s blog to greet her a very happy birthday! You can also find the recipe for Nutella Soufflé when you visit her. 😉 So what are you staring at? Go now!! 😀

I hope you get to try this out and let me know what you think.

As per Sarah, ‘Have a delicious day.’ 😉


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While I am whipping up another post for Fiesta Friday #62, let me first share you this very scrumptious dessert for those who have not tried this earlier. 😀 Thanks to Angie, (who brought these very beautiful Pineapple Coconut Cupcakes) Prudy & Jess for hosting/co-hosting the party.

I am also sharing this very delicious dessert at

Sweet & Savoury Sundays




44 thoughts on “Guest Post @ Sarah’s Little Kitchen: Nutella Soufflé

  1. Can’t beat Nutella and this souffle looks completely irresistible! Thanks for linking with #CookBlogShare

    1. Hello, Jenny. I’m sorry, the adding of badge did not work using my phone. I don’t know why. I will add it later. 😉 Thanks for understanding and thanks for the warm welcome. Have a great weekend ahead. xx

    1. I think I used a bigger ramekin and I was upset when it deflated. But it tastes great, though, especially with the ice cream. 🙂 Thanks for being here. xx

  2. Umm…I could care less about the ‘height’ of this souffle Jhuls.

    You had me at Nutella.

    I could just taste it now…sigh. Why can’t dreams come true? lol 😉

    Happy FF ❤

    1. Hmm, I think only the desire of eating virtual foods from fellow bloggers are the kind of dreams that don’t come true. 😐 Thanks a lot for hosting, Jess. I hope you are having a wonderful time. xx

  3. You are such a great friend and thank you for making me discover Sarah’s blog, very nice. She now has one more followers thanks to you ! 🙂 I definitely have to try those Nutella Souffle, they look AMAZING !!

    1. Oh you will love Sarah. 😀 And thanks a lot for following her, I appreciate it a lot.
      I hope you let me know how’d you find the Souffle. 🙂

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